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Before marriage, Jay used to write letters for me every day: Juhi Chawla

Updated on: 04 February,2024 06:49 AM IST  |  Mumbai

Actor Juhi Chawla recently revealed on the dance reality Tv show 'Jhalak Dikhla Jaa' about how her husband Jay Mehta sent her gift cards and roses before they were married

Before marriage, Jay used to write letters for me every day: Juhi Chawla

Juhi Chawla. Pic/Yogen Shah

Actress Juhi Chawla, who has been married to industrialist Jay Mehta for 29 years now, shared a sweet anecdote about her love story, revealing how they used to exchange letters and cards with each other before tying the knot.

The actress, who appeared on the celebrity dance reality show 'Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa's' special episode 'Jashn Juhi Ka’, an ode to Juhi's captivating career in Indian cinema, took a walk down memory lane as talked about her love story with Jay.

She said, "Before marriage, he used to write letters to me every day. But all of that stopped after marriage (laughs). Those days, we used to send letters and cards to each other which has now turned into emails and WhatsApp messages."

Juhi also shared that once on her birthday, Jay had sent her a truck full of red roses.

"Jay and I met at a dinner and then he started hovering around me. Once, on my birthday, he sent me a truck full of red roses. And I took a year to say 'yes' to him," she said.

In the special episode, Adrija Sinha, along with choreographer Akash Thapa, left everyone awed with their unique interpretation of the song 'Ae Mere Humsafar,'  highlighting the beautiful bond between a pen and paper.

Juhi, who was blown away by the act, said, "I am so happy today because once again your performance was outstanding. Both of you are such good dancers. Your synchronisation, your movements, dancing on a slope... I am sure it's not easy, and coordinating together on top of that was very, very good. Superb."

'Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa' airs on Sony.

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